Winner of an audience choice award and a juried award at the San Diego Women Film Festival, NO! also explores how rape is used as a weapon of homophobia.
Since its official release in 2006, NO! has been screened and distributed to racially and ethnically diverse audiences at film festivals, community centers, colleges/universities, high schools, correctional facilities, rape crisis centers, battered women’s shelters, and conferences throughout the United States, in Italy, Spain, Rwanda, Kenya, Nepal, South Africa, Hungary, Jordan, Burkina Faso, Peru, Mexico, and Brazil. Click here to PURCHASE
“If the Black community in the Americas and in the world would save itself, it must complete the work this film begins.“~Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize Winning Author
“…As a rape survivor, I’ve been having trouble expressing my thoughts and fears about what happened to me. The courage of the women in [NO!] to speak out is a new inspiration. I’m telling my friends and colleagues about your film, as I think it’s imperative for women and men of all backgrounds to see it and increase their understanding about violence against women.” ~Cecilia, Chicago, Illinois